Randy Dickson

Email: randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

Twitter: @BigRandle


  • Bulldogs upset Vikings

    CRESTVIEW — A tenacious Crestview boys basketball team hosted District 2-6A leader Fort Walton Beach riding a three-game winning streak and looking for their third-consecutive district win. Down 5-0 early in the game, the Bulldogs quickly found their stride on the way to a 57-42 win over the Vikings. READ MORE

  • Reese hooping it up in the Czech Republic

    Brad Reese’s basketball journey first took him from Laurel Hill to Southeast Louisiana, Gulf Coast Community College and Texas Tech University. In recent years, that journey for the 2006 Laurel Hill graduate has taken him halfway around the world. READ MORE

  • Nichole Bailey signs with Wallace

    LAUREL HILL — When first meeting Nichole Bailey, you’ll notice that the Laurel Hill senior softball player is polite but soft-spoken. On the softball diamond, the Hobo left fielder lets her bat do the talking. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs notch fifth-straight win

    CRESTVIEW — A red hot Crestview boys basketball team extended its winning streak to five games and made it four straight in District 2-6A play with a 64-54 win over Choctawhatchee on Friday. The win improved the Bulldogs to 10-9 overall and 4-3 in district play. More importantly it puts them in position to take an all-important second or third place seed in next month’s district tournament. READ MORE

  • Choctaw too strong for Crestview

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Simply put Saturday was not a good night for the Crestview girls basketball team. Choctawhatchee seniors Brittany Brown and Lauren Day made their final regular season home game one to remember.Brown scored a game-high 30 points and Day chipped in 22 as the Indians celebrated Senior Night with a 68-31 District 2-6A win over the Bulldogs. READ MORE

  • Baker girls continue winning ways

    BAKER — Ask Baker girls basketball coach Brian Wagner and he’ll be the first to tell you there’s no such thing as an ugly win. "A win is a win,” he said. “I had a buddy tell me, ‘Winning is the best deodorant,’ and it certainly is. It (a win) leaves you smelling good the rest of the week.” READ MORE

  • Johnson changing team’s mindset

    BAKER — Scott Johnson’s first offseason as the new Baker baseball coach has finally ended. With the official start of preseason practice last week, Johnson got his team on the field for a crash course in the Gators’ new way of playing baseball. READ MORE

  • SIDELINE OBSERVATIONS: Brad Reese makes us proud

    I had a good time catching up with former Laurel Hill basketball star Brad Reese in a phone interview last month. Brad is one of my Facebook friends and I’ve managed to follow his basketball and personal journey via that social network, but there’s nothing like talking with someone, even in a phone interview, from the other side of the world. READ MORE

  • Baker seniors go out with win

    BAKER — Ten senior Baker girls basketball players finished their regular-season careers in impressive fashion Tuesday as the Gators rolled to 57-37 win over Gulf Breeze. READ MORE

  • Walton girls down Crestview

    CRESTVIEW — Krista McQueen scored 23 points to lead a trio of Walton girls in double figures as the Braves beat Crestview 67-46 Thursday night. READ MORE

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